Through September 30, 2020 — Funding Opportunity Notice: Parking and Pole Lighting Retrofit Projects
Through this Funding Opportunity Notice (FON) Efficiency Maine is seeking applications for electrical efficiency lighting retrofits projects for outdoor lighting in Maine. Click here for more information.
Lighting can be a significant operating expense in existing buildings. Maine businesses can reduce lighting expenses by upgrading to high-efficiency fixtures and installing lighting controls. Lighting control technologies allow building managers to carefully tailor lighting conditions to the requirements of specific spaces. These upgrades can also enhance productivity and improve aesthetics. Efficiency Maine incentivizes high-efficiency lighting and lighting control projects ranging from pendant LEDs to parking lot lights.
Interior Lighting Solutions and Controls:
Efficiency Maine provides incentives for high-efficiency LED interior lighting. Eligible measures include lamp replacements such LED lamps replacing fluorescent tubes or screw-in lamps in high/low bay fixtures as well as LEDs lamps for refrigerated cases. Click here for a complete list of incentives.
Exterior Lighting Solutions and Controls:
Efficiency Maine provides incentives for high-efficiency exterior replacement lamps for fixtures such as post light, flood and spot lights. Eligible measures include outdoor pole-mounted fixtures, canopy lights, and wall-mounted flood lights. Click here for a complete list of incentives.
Discounted Screw-In LEDs:
Screw-in LEDs can reduce lighting energy costs 65% compared to halogens. LEDs can reduce maintenance costs too: discounted LEDs last over 10,000 hours, meaning fewer bulb replacements. Efficiency Maine incentivizes high-efficiency screw-in LEDs at retailers and distributors across Maine. Click here to learn more about the Discounted Screw-in LED Program.
Work with an Efficiency Maine Qualified Partner to install high-efficiency lighting. Click here to find a Qualified Partner working near you. As part of the project approval process, you will accept the C&I Prescriptive Program’s Terms and Conditions.
If you work with a contractor that is not yet a Qualified Partner, urge your contractor to find out more information here.